The Garst Museum

Garst Museum is a large historical museum with over 300,000 artifacts on display in over 35,000 square feet of exhibit space within six building wings. Major exhibits are the National Annie Oakley Center, Cross Roads of Destiny (Fort Greenville), American Indians, Lowell Thomas, the Village, Agricultural and Military exhibits.

Major Exhibit Venues Include

The National Annie Oakley Center​

Crossroads of Destiny Exhibit

The story of The Treaty of Greeneville

Anthony Wayne, Little Turtle & Tecumseh


Keepers of Freedom Exhibit

Douglas Dickey Medal of Honor Exhibit


Lowell Thomas, Pioneer Broadcaster


Commander Zachary Lansdowne


Early pioneers and period American furnishings

Early village settlement shops

Currier & Ives Collection

Genealogy library​


205 N. Broadway, Greenville, Ohio 45331

Phone: 937-548-5250

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10 a.m. ~ 4 p.m.
*Closed in January and Major Holidays​


205 North Broadway
Greenville, Ohio 45331

phone:  937-548-5250

fax: 937-548-7645

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